Tickets go on sale September 17th at the Koch Theater! Prices have increased only slightly from last year and once again there will be a lot of seats in the orchestra, 1st, and 2nd rings that will be $10 according to the recent PTDC mailing. Multiple performance discounts for most price levels will be available, too.
Highlights of the spring season will include:
Speaking in Tongues
To Make Crops Grow (premiere)
Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rehearsal)
among many others and a brand new work by Paul Taylor which is being documented through the Create with Taylor program once again this year. Anyone can follow the creation process by accessing the videos, blog, and pictures that come with a $5 gift which you can register here. Here's the link to the webpage that describes all of the repertory being danced during 2013 along with musical excerpts. It is a slight disappointment that Piazzolla Caldera won't be part of the season this year; it always is such a crowd favorite.
The March 6th performance will honor the 25th anniversaries of Speaking in Tongues and Brandenburgs. Every ticket in the house will be $5. Purchase information for this special performance will be announced by PTDC on January 14th.
During September and October, many of us will be making repeated visits to the theater for NYCB's fabulous upcoming fall season. That will be the perfect time to stop by the box office and snatch up choice seats for PTDC spring performances. Look for this brochure in the lobby. Buy early.
It is so great that PTDC, NYCB, the Met Opera, and NYPhil are organized enough to be able to sell tickets to spring performances this far ahead of time. It really helps the arts patron plan. It would be nice – and considerate – if ABT could do the same.
Look for this brochure at the box office: